November 1982 - 35 years ago this month
Image: Cover of the November 1982 issue of the Rainbow magazine.
Featured in this issue were:
- Fred Scerbo: 3-D TYPE GAME TO TRY
- R.T. and D. Belburgo: MORE MOIRE-FROM DOWNUNDER
- Chris Hall: REALLY COMBINE GRAPHICS AND TEXT
- Mike Speer: A CAT'S HEARTBEAT
- Geoff Wells: ONCE MORE WE'LL GO A-ROWING
- Robert Kelley: TOWERS OF HANOI
- Sue Searby: TECKY YES!
- Allen Curtis: SHADES OF PMODE3
- Susan P. Davis: FONEHOME
- George Ziniewicz: TWO BY GEORGE
- Ron Garrett: SEND SOMEONE A BILL
- Jim Ebbert: CAN YOU PROTECT STARBASE ALPHA?
- Paul Kimmelman: SECURING GRANTS FOR COCO
- Jud Posner: A SPECTACULATOR SMALL BUSINESS
- John Fernald: HOW HEALTHY ARE YOU?
- Barry Becker: A SIMPLE WORD PROCESSOR
- Rich Dersheimer: THE EYES HAVE IT
How much was Coco stuff?
Page 9 of the Rainbow was an advertisement for Computer Plus. They had Color Computer 2's, 16K with standard Color BASIC for US$249.00, 16K with Extended Color BASIC for US$335.00 and 32K with Extended BASIC for US$449.00.
Premuim cassettes were selling for 69 cents to $1.79 for 12 packs, between 5 minutes and 90 minutes. Dunkey Munkey was selling for $24.95 on cassette.
Spectrum Projects were selling the TDP-100 with 16K BASIC for $379.95, and 16K Extended BASIC for $479.95. 5.25 disks were selling for $3.99 each.
Created on Thursday 23 November 2017. Modified on Saturday 2 December 2017.